We want to say a HUGE thank you to everyone that came, danced, spent, voted, drank and participated in this fantastic fundraising event. We would also like to say a big thank you to Denise and Stewart Gardiner for their hard work in organising the evening and helping to raise £1253.00 for Alfie’s Trust.
Thank you, Amanda Fawcett, for supporting Alfie’s Trust. Well done for completing the EMF Half Marathon at the end of May this year and raising a fantastic £980. We can’t thank you enough.
RunBalmoral is one of our favourite events which takes place in the beautiful grounds of Balmoral Estate – although the weather could have been kinder. At the end of April, our young runners and older runners had to brave the elements with snow showers making their races more challenging. Thank you to everyone that ran,Read More
In February this year, Alfie’s Trust funded a 6-week Fellowship to allow Maria Gnarra to join the Dermatology Department at Great Ormond Street Hospital to work on clinical projects on paediatric vascular and lymphatic anomalies. Maria has kindly released this statement. I am an MD, PhD conducting basic and translational research on paediatric vascular anomaliesRead More
Alfie’s Trust will be at RunBalmoral on the 23rd and 24th of April, cheering on our runners, young and not so young, taking part in the various races throughout the weekend. As Alfie’s Trust is not one of the nominated charities this year, instead of manning our stall in the charity tent we will beRead More
A group of pupils from Cults Academy took part in the ‘Catch Challenge’ at the end of last year. Amy Sinclair and friends chose Alfie’s Trust to do their presentation on. We want to congratulate them on getting all the way to the final. Unfortunately, they didn’t win but they did a fantastic job ofRead More
With only 87 days until Runbalmoral 2016, we urge you to sign up now so not to be disappointed (www.runbalmoral.com to register). Places are going fast. Join Team Alfie and help to raise money to improve the lives of those suffering from Lymphangiomatosis and Gorham’s Disease.
Back in June, a team of 8 work mates from Altus Intervention, Portlethen, took part in the Tough Mudder challenge at Drumlanrig Castle. For those of you that don’t know Tough Mudder is a team oriented 12 Mile (20km) obstacle course designed to test physical strength & mental grit. Tough Mudder puts camaraderie over finisherRead More
Look who we met in Florida? On our family trip to Florida, courtesy of Starlight Children’s Charity, we meet up with Jack Kelly, the President of the Lymphangiomatosis and Gorham’s Disease Alliance, USA. The last time we saw Jack was at the Patient and Family Conference, partly funded by Alfie’s Trust, in Dallas in JuneRead More
Thank you to everyone that asks how Alfie is doing. Here’s a little update: We have just returned from a successful trip to Great Ormond Street. Our aim is to get Alfie ready for surgery next year. He has been working hard with daily physio sessions to improve his strength throughout his core, back, andRead More